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  • How do you think the U.S. presidential election will impact U.S.-India relations?
    By Naval Kishor Masiwal

    The today’s scenario of India and US relationship is far better than it was before 15 years ago. We are in the brink of development and the good approach in Indo-US relationship can make this path full of opportunities in nearby future. It’s clear that Mr. Donald Trump or Mrs. Hillary Clinton is going to be the 45th president of the United States of the America. There are two different aspects of impacts that will happen if anyone of the presidential candidates will became president.

  • “Globalist” versus “Nationalist”: Impact of 2016 U.S. Election on Indo-U.S.Relations
    By Piyush Kumar

    With a large part of the 2016 United States presidential election cycle being dominated by the major-party nominees appealing to concerns of the electorate at home, foreign policy seems to have taken a backseat, unseemingly at a time of intense global crises. However, the two major issues that are crucial this year- economy and immigration – have international repercussions that should not be ignored and Indo-U.S relations have become more relevant in this election season than ever before.

  • How do you think the U.S. presidential election will impact U.S.-India relations?
    By Karthik Shankar

    No one expects to get teary-eyed in an econometrics class, yet there I was. While the lecturer droned on and on about stochastic variables, I was watching one of those moments that numbers can’t capture, yet serendipitously pop up in the theatre of democracy. As I listened to Barack Obama’s now iconic victory speech, I kept trying to swallow my emotional reaction to his magnificent oratory and the magnitude of his ascension to his country’s highest seat.

  • How do you think the U.S. presidential election will impact U.S.-India relations?
    By Shivani Sanjay Ghotikar

    For two countries, one being the largest democracy in the world and the other being a global superpower, it appears natural to consider their bilateral relation as “one of the defining partnerships of the 21st century” as President Obama quipped. However, Indo-US ties are stuck in a rut, with unfulfilled promises that have yet to materialize and the lack of US intervention on Pakistan’s homegrown terrorism. Forging closer ties has been a key part of the foreign policy of both countries in the recent past.

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